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Reconstruction of Mosul’s Al-Nouri Mosque Complex Al-Tahera Church and Al-Saa’a Church in Iraq Commences Soon
Article date: Tuesday, May 11, 2021

Reconstruction of Mosul’s Al-Nouri Mosque Complex Al-Tahera Church and Al-Saa’a Church in Iraq Commences Soon

The Joint Steering Committee of UNESCO’s project for the rehabilitation and reconstruction of the Al-Nouri Mosque and its Al-Hadba Minaret, the Al-Tahera Church and Al-Saa’a Church, have determined next steps for the reconstruction of the three architectural landmarks of the Old City of Mosul (Iraq).

Winners of the European Museum of the Year Awards for 2020 and 2021 Announced
Article date: Sunday, May 9, 2021

Winners of the European Museum of the Year Awards for 2020 and 2021 Announced

The European Museum Forum has announced the winners of the European Museum of the Year Awards for 2020 and 2021. The winners in different categories under the EMYA scheme were presented at the online ceremony on 6 May 2021, bringing together members of the EMYA community including candidates, partners and friends.

Phillips to Accept Cryptocurrency for a Physical Artwork for the First Time
Article date: Sunday, May 9, 2021

Phillips to Accept Cryptocurrency for a Physical Artwork for the First Time

Phillips Auction House to Accept Cryptocurrency for Banksy’s ‘Laugh Now Panel A’ in the 20th Century & Contemporary Art Evening Sale in Collaboration with Poly Auction

Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam Presents Digital Works of Jan Robert Leegte in “Compressed Landscapes”
Article date: Sunday, May 9, 2021

Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam Presents Digital Works of Jan Robert Leegte in “Compressed Landscapes”

Currently showing at the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam are works from Dutch artist Jan Robert Leegte’s website series “Compressed Landscapes”. Fully accessible to the public, the series – comprising five works inspired by Vincent van Gogh – is the ideal form of 'lockdown art'.

17th Edition of Istanbul Biennial Rescheduled to 2022
Article date: Sunday, May 9, 2021

17th Edition of Istanbul Biennial Rescheduled to 2022

The Istanbul Biennial announces that the exhibitions of the 17th Istanbul Biennial initially planned for September 2021 have been rescheduled and will now be held between 17 September and 20 November 2022.

Art for India: A Call for Assistance in the Surging Covid-19 Cases in India via Mission Oxygen
Article date: Friday, May 7, 2021

Art for India: A Call for Assistance in the Surging Covid-19 Cases in India via Mission Oxygen

Art For India is an online print sale to raise urgent funds for India’s COVID-19 relief, supporting Mission Oxygen. Renowned artists from India, the diaspora and friends have united around this urgent cause, donating some of their most loved and striking imagery.

Nationalmuseum Stockholm Acquires Købke’s Portrait of Carl von Nutzhorn
Article date: Friday, May 7, 2021

Nationalmuseum Stockholm Acquires Købke’s Portrait of Carl von Nutzhorn

Nationalmuseum has acquired a portrait drawing of the two-year-old Carl von Nutzhorn, created by the Danish Golden Age artist Christen Købke in July 1830.

Five Art Collectives Shortlisted for the Turner Prize
Article date: Friday, May 7, 2021

Five Art Collectives Shortlisted for the Turner Prize

Array Collective, Black Obsidian Sound System, Cooking Sections, Gentle/Radical, and Project Art Works have been shortlisted for the 2021 Turner Prize.

Fondazione Prada Presents Simon Fujiwara’s “Who the Bær” in Milan
Article date: Thursday, May 6, 2021

Fondazione Prada Presents Simon Fujiwara’s “Who the Bær” in Milan

"Who the Bær" is an exhibition by Japanese artist, Simon Fujiwara presented by Fondazione Prada. Opened April 29, the exhibition is slated to be on view until Spetember 27, 2021.

The Royal Academy of Arts Announces Yinka Shonibare RA Coordinator of the 253rd Summer Exhibition Committee
Article date: Thursday, May 6, 2021

The Royal Academy of Arts Announces Yinka Shonibare RA Coordinator of the 253rd Summer Exhibition Committee

Renowned British-Nigerian artist Yinka Shonibare RA will co-ordinate the 253rd Summer Exhibition in 2021. The Summer Exhibition Committee members are Royal Academicians Tony Bevan, Vanessa Jackson, Mali Morris, Humphrey Ocean, Eva Rothschild, Bob and Roberta Smith and Emma Stibbon. David Adjaye will curate the Architecture Gallery.

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